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Computer Chronicles
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How much computer can you get at the bottom end of the market - comparison between the Commodore Amiga and the Atari 520ST. Guests: Rick Geiger, Commodore; Tim Mott, Electronic Arts; Bryan Kerr, Atari; Jim Tittsler, Atari; Lewis Moore, Home Computing; George Morrow, Morrow Computing; Gary Kildall, Digital Research; Tim Bajarin, Creative Strategies Products/Demos: Atari 800, Commodore 64, Amiga IBM PC Emulator, Commodore Amiga, Atari 520, STNEO Paint. Originally broadcast in December 1985....
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Topics: Episode Year: 1985, Television Programs, Computers: History, amiga, atari
Computer Chronicles
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Today we take for granted the fact that we can watch video on our computers, but in the early 1990s, that was a big innovation. This program looks at early examples of desktop video on the Amiga, the Mac, and the IBM PC. Demonstrations include the Amiga 2500, the Amiga video authoring system, the Pionner LaserDisk player, MacroMind's Director 2.0 for the Mac IIx, the Avid/1 Media Composer, the DVA-4000 video controller from VideoLogic, and the use of desktop video at the NASA Ames research...
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Topics: amiga, macromedia, director, avid, videologic, macromind
Computer Chronicles
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A look at the new Amiga models including the Amiga 2500 and new software and peripherals for the Amiga computers. Guests: Tom Stearns, Commodore; Lou Wallace, Amiga World; Dan Silva, Author; Jim Schneider, Inno; Vision; Gary Kildall, DRI Products/Demos: Menace; Battle Chess; Amiga 2500 Deluxe Paint III, Video Effects 3D. Originally broadcast in March 1989. Copyright 1989 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: Episode Year: 1989, Television Programs, Computers: History, amiga, commodore, battle chess
Computer Chronicles
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Before there was a Macintosh, the Amiga was the computer for the creative community. This program looks at the Amiga 2000, the Amiga 500, Photon Video Cell Animator, Music X, Video Toaster, and Interceptor. Originally broadcast in 1988. Copyright 1988 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: amiga, commodore, video toaster
Computer Chronicles
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For fans of the Commodore Amiga, the introduction of the new Amiga 3000 was big news, even though the price tag was nearly $4,000. This program looked at the new Amiga computer and new third party appplications. Demonstrations include the Amiga 3000, the Amiga 2500, the AmigaVision authoring system, The Animation Studio, and the Video Toaster from NewTek. Also includes a visit to FAUG, the First Amiga Users Group, in Palo Alto. Guests include Paul Montgomery, Tim Jenison, Lou Wallace, and...
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Topics: Episode Year: 1988, Television Programs, Computers: History, amiga, commodore, video toaster
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by movem.l
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Written in the space of five months, this offering contains a mix of styles - hip hop and drum'n'bass, house and breakbeat, psychedelic gabba and dubby delays. The limited hardware is used and abused, an ocarina becomes a bass instrument in one instance, the only concern is whether the final sound fits. Chunky beats and weird noises.
Topic: Techno
Source: Amiga A500+ computer & Novation BassStation Rack synthesizer & Yamaha DD50 synthesizer > Fostex DCM100 mixer > Sony minidisc > CreativeLabs Soundblaster soundcard > FLAC codec
Community Audio
by Good Stuff Going Cheap
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Starting off with two tracks from the early musical history of ClaudiusMaximus, the album then proceeds on a course through mood-space. The first half is rough round the edges with a hard angry feel, pumping beats and breaks, incessant basslines. The second half is much lighter, happier, even euphoric, revelling in rhythm and tone, transcending the limitations of five tracks of sound.
Topic: Techno
Source: Amiga A500+ computer & Novation BassStation Rack synthesiser & (on Mmmm, Nice) Korg X5 keyboard > Fostex DCM100 mixer > Tascam 202MkIII cassette > Fostex DCM100 mixer > Avance AC'97 For Via soundcard > FLAC codec
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by ClaudiusMaximus and Trel
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A Crap Art Album-A-Day project - from no concept to hard-copy in less than 24 hours. Trel on guitar (one amp died during recording), ClaudiusMaximus on keyboard and post-production. The first and last tracks are excerpts from the improvised jam session, the middle one is assembled from the left over jam session bits.
Topics: Improv, Album-A-Day
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by ClaudiusMaximus
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The 17 tracks here are the finalised versions of the previously released Inside Outside Demos (http://www.archive.org/audio/audio-searchresults.php?search=%22Inside%20Outside%20Demos%22&sort=title). This release includes the master music files (Reason 2.0 .rns format) and rough graphical sketches of the main musical elements (JPEG format), as well as cover artwork suitable for a standard CD jewel case.
Source: Propellerhead Reason 2.0 > WAV (24bit) > Audacity (32bit) > WAV (16bit) > FLAC
Community Audio
by ClaudiusMaximus
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Early experiments in audio by ClaudiusMaximus. Written pre-1997, and recorded to tape in 1998 using hardware that didn't match the original composition. This hardware difference mangled the intended sound palette beyond recognition, in particular polyphony was lost. These compositions were rough sketches at best, now they are smudged. For true ClaudiusMaximus addicts only.
Topics: Techno, Experimental
Source: Amiga A500+ computer + OctaMED software + Novation BassStation Rack synthesizer > cassette tape > Creative Audigy soundcard > FLAC
Community Audio
by ClaudiusMaximus
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The concept: seven tracks each seven minutes long, exploring rhythm. Lofi technology leads to plenty of rough edges, but the ideas stand for themselves.
Topic: Experimental
Source: Amiga A500+ computer running OctaMED Soundstudio + Novation BassStation Rack synth > Fostex DCM100 mixer > Creative Audigy soundcard > FLAC codec (tracks 1 to 6) ; PC running Propellerheads Reason > FLAC codec (track 7)
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by ClaudiusMaximus
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Written in late 1999 and early 2000, this is the follow-up to Good Stuff Going Cheap. Bass-driven melodies, a mixture of rhythms, fun techno for techno-phobes.
Topic: Techno
Source: Amiga A500+ computer running OctaMED SoundStudio + Novation BassStation Rack synth + Roland EM10 keyboard > Fostex DCM100 mixer > Tascam 202MkIII tape > Creative Audigy soundcard > FLAC codec
The VHS Vault
by ClaudiusMaximus
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A collection of five sections generated on an Amiga A500+ home computer and recorded to VHS in 2000.
Topics: Experimental, Live Performance, Computers: Amiga: A500+, Computers: Software: Electronic Arts:...
Community Audio
by ClaudiusMaximus
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Jam sessions from 1999. Beats, bass, and more. A snapshot of the music making process - how to build a groove.
Topics: Techno, Experimental
Source: Amiga A500+ computer & Novation BassStation Rack synthesizer > Tascam 202MkIII tape > Creative Audigy soundcard > FLAC codec
Community Audio
by ClaudiusMaximus
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Early experiments in audio by ClaudiusMaximus. Written pre-1997, and recorded to tape in 1998 using hardware that didn't match the original composition. This hardware difference mangled the intended sound palette beyond recognition, in particular polyphony was lost. These compositions were rough sketches at best, now they are smudged. For true ClaudiusMaximus addicts only. Three of these tracks found their way into the Good Stuff Going Cheap project.
Topics: Techno, Experimental
Source: Amiga A500+ computer + OctaMED software + Novation BassStation Rack synthesizer > cassette tape > Creative Audigy soundcard > FLAC
Community Audio
by ClaudiusMaximus
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Early experiments in audio by ClaudiusMaximus. Written pre-1997, and recorded to tape in 1998 using hardware that didn't match the original composition. This hardware difference mangled the intended sound palette beyond recognition, in particular polyphony was lost. These compositions were rough sketches at best, now they are smudged. For true ClaudiusMaximus addicts only.
Topics: Techno, Experimental
Source: Amiga A500+ computer + OctaMED software + Novation BassStation Rack synthesizer > cassette tape > Creative Audigy soundcard > FLAC
Community Audio
by ClaudiusMaximus
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Video feedback is turned into sound, Markov Chains create harmonic progressions, controlled randomness creates rhythms. Live performance for Le Placard, Goto10 vs Okno, Brussels, 2005-07-14 22:30 CEST. Produced with 100% Free Open Source Software.
Topic: Electronica
Source: Pure-data > Creative Audigy soundcard > Tascam 202mkIII tape deck (normal position cassette) > Creative Audigy soundcard > FLAC